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SB 5101 - 2023-24
Concerning extraordinary medical placement for incarcerated individuals at the department of corrections.
Bill Status-at-a-Glance
See Bill History for complete details on the bill
As of Friday, June 21, 2024 05:19 AM
Current Version:
Substitute - SSB 5101
Current Status:
C 358 L 23
Where is it in the process?
IntroducedIn CommitteeOn FloorCalendarPassedChamberIn the Senate:In the House:
After Passage:Passed LegislatureOn Governor'sDeskGovernor ActedSession Law

Bill Status-at-a-Glance

As of Friday, June 21, 2024 05:19 AM
See Bill History for complete details on the bill
Current Version:
Substitute - SSB 5101
Current Status:
C 358 L 23
Where is it in the process?
IntroducedIn CommitteeOn FloorCalendarPassedChamber
Senate:
House:
Passed LegislatureOn Governor'sDeskGovernor ActedSession Law
AfterPassage:
Bill History

2023 REGULAR SESSION

IN THE SENATE

Dec 27
Prefiled for introduction.
Jan 9
First reading, referred to Human Services. (View Original Bill)
Jan 19
Public hearing in the Senate Committee on Human Services at 8:00 AM. (Committee Materials)
Jan 26
Executive action taken in the Senate Committee on Human Services at 8:00 AM. (Committee Materials)
HS - Majority; 1st substitute bill be substituted, do pass. (View 1st Substitute) (Majority Report)
Minority; without recommendation. (Minority Report)
Jan 27
Passed to Rules Committee for second reading.
Feb 1
Placed on second reading by Rules Committee.
Feb 8
1st substitute bill substituted (HS 23). (View 1st Substitute)
Rules suspended. Placed on Third Reading.
Third reading, passed; yeas, 37; nays, 11; absent, 0; excused, 1. (View Roll Calls)

IN THE HOUSE

Feb 10
First reading, referred to Community Safety, Justice, & Reentry.
Mar 9
Public hearing in the House Committee on Community Safety, Justice, & Reentry at 8:00 AM. (Committee Materials)
Mar 16
Executive session scheduled, but no action was taken in the House Committee on Community Safety, Justice, & Reentry at 8:00 AM. (Committee Materials)
Mar 23
Executive action taken in the House Committee on Community Safety, Justice, & Reentry at 8:00 AM. (Committee Materials)
CSJR - Majority; do pass with amendment(s) by Community Safety, Justice, & Reentry. (Majority Report)
Minority; without recommendation. (Minority Report)
Mar 27
Referred to Rules 2 Review.
Apr 3
Placed on second reading by Rules Committee.
Apr 5
Committee amendment(s) adopted with no other amendments.
Rules suspended. Placed on Third Reading.
Third reading, passed; yeas, 59; nays, 39; absent, 0; excused, 0. (View Roll Calls)

IN THE SENATE

Apr 14
Senate concurred in House amendments.
Passed final passage; yeas, 30; nays, 15; absent, 1; excused, 3. (View Roll Calls)
Apr 18
President signed.

IN THE HOUSE

Apr 18
Speaker signed.

OTHER THAN LEGISLATIVE ACTION

Apr 19
Delivered to Governor. (View Bill as Passed Legislature)
May 9
Governor signed.
Chapter 358, 2023 Laws. (View Session Law)
Effective date 7/23/2023.
Available Documents
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Fiscal Note
Amendments
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